The Skałki Przegorzalskie nature reserve – a strict, floristic nature reserve covering the area of 1.38 ha
They emerge in a small area in the southern side of the Sowiniec range. They consist of several rocks with almost horizontal walls rising up to 80 metres above the level of the Vistula which flows by there. They are built with limestone; rare specimen of flora can be found here and for this reason the area is protected. On their top there is so called Belweder from WWII and Adolf Szyszko-Bohusz’s villa called Rotunda.